wow it's been a while since this wiki has been updated... and this blog section is pretty old too.
we need a list of pages that we dont have, even minor characters are important. characters that are part of two are more episodes are even more important.
we also need to start adding relationships to character pages, like Loker's page or Torres's page (but including stuff like family/friend relationships and such if the characters have those), and we need to add more... detailed summaries of what happens to them, so that it looks less like a paragraph summary and more like a, you know, wiki. to use another wiki as an example, the degrassi wiki has a pretty good way of doing it, though i'd rearrange a few things on the page. (examples: becky ba…Read more >
Does anyone know how to find out who all the faces of actual people are that are shown during some episodes? I mean the ones that are flashed on the screen to compare with a character when he is caught looking guilty or ashamed or whatever. Some I know, but others look familiar but go so quickly I can't identify them.Read more >
On the first season episode, Unchained, they do a "spot the racist" test. The test shows both a white man, then a black man, and has positive attributes next to the name. Now, supposedly, the person who is most racist will take the longest to assign the positive attributes to the black man.
Now, I know it's a TV show, and that they can't get everything right, but I'm a Political Science major, and I just need to say that the test is sooooo flawed! Simply from a political standpoint.
(1) The first is JFK, a former democratic white president who is long dead because of an assassination. He is still esteemed in this day to be a truly inspiring president, and American Figure.
(2) The second is Barack Obama, the current, democratic, president, who i…Read more >
Wow, I really love the new look especially the facial coding article/slideshow on the top right! What a great show and now we have a great looking wiki to write about it on. Plus, yay for blogs! Babyjabba 18:02, November 4, 2010 (UTC)Read more >
I love the show, particularly the new twist on the crime drama genre. The idea of a human lie-detector is a very creative device for building storylines around, and the whole concept of micro-expressions is intriguing. Love the job Tim Roth does in the lead role, not to mention the fact that all of the main characters seem solid in composition and in how they are acted. Looking forward to more!Read more >
The Lie to me* blogfeed is officially active! (as you can see)
Share your thoughts on the show, your favorite characters, or any other thoughts or questions you may have about Lie to me* with the rest of the fan community.Read more >